Mooradian's client recently received approval of her petition under the Violence Against Women Act. The client, a young woman from Africa, had endured protracted physical and emotional abuse during the course of her marriage to a U.S. Citizen, which ultimately caused a breakdown in the relationship. Once the relationship broke down, Mooradian advised the client that she could convert her marital petition into a confidential petition under the Violence Against Women Act, which Mooradian did. He gathered evidence including witness statements, photographs, screenshots from video, police reports, and more, and submitted an argument along with the filing. After submitting a response to an extensive request for evidence and argument regarding the Applicant's identity, the client's petition was approved. The client will now be able to adjust her status to that of a lawful permanent resident.
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Mooradian's client, a young man from Central America who fled neglect by his parents and gang violence in his country of origin, recently received the approval of special findings of fact and rulings of law from the Suffolk Probate and Family Court.
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